1996 …2024

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David Chung performs extensively on both historic and modern keyboard instruments to critical acclaim in cities across Europe, North America and Asia. He has appeared in the Festival d’Ile-de-France, Geelvinck Fortepiano Festival, Cambridge Early Keyboard Festival, Vesper Concert Series in Lubbock, Hong Kong International Chamber Music Festival, Le French May Arts Festival and Hong Kong New Vision Arts Festival, and performed in recital series of the Benton Fletcher Collection, the Cobbe Collection and the Handel House. As a chamber musician he has collaborated with such artists as Runa Baagøe, Victoria Brawn, Lorenzo Colitto, Ian Davidson, Jane Downer, Peter Hanson, Monica Huggett, Henning Kraggerud, Markku Luolajan-Mikkola, and Jari Puhakka. His recordings range across French baroque music and stylus phantasticus works by Bach and his contemporaries.

Chung’s scholarly contributions include articles and reviews in Early Music, Early Keyboard Journal, Journal of Eighteenth-Century Music, Journal of Seventeenth-Century Music, Music and Letters, Music & Practice, Notes, Revue belge de musicologie and Revue de musicologie. His edition of unpublished keyboard arrangements of Jean-Baptiste Lully’s music is available from the Web Library of Seventeenth-Century Music (www.sscm-wlscm.org) and his Online Thematic Catalogue of Lully Keyboard Arrangements (OTCL) available from digital.lib.hkbu.edu.hk/OTCL/. As teacher he has given lectures and masterclasses in institutions including the Trinity College of Music, Texas State University, UT Austin, the Central Conservatory of Beijing, the Tainan University of Technology and Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts.

A Commonwealth Scholar, Chung contributes to the digital timeline of CSC's history, which showcases key achievements of Commonwealth Scholars and Fellows.

Research Interests

French harpsichord

Keyboard Transcriptions

Performance Practice

Seventeenth-Century Music

Digital Scholarship


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